The Erie Lackawanna Dining Car Preservation Society was formed in 2001 to preserve and share the history and experience of long-distance travel by train. They do this by offering the public excursion across the Pocono Mountains on their vintage railroad equipment that was built after World War Two. They are some of the first high-capacity commuter coaches in the country that were built in the late 1060s. Their railroad dining cars were built or modernized with Air Conditioning in the late 1940s and feature fully functioning Pullman sleeping cars.
From time to time they offer excursions, stationary dinner events, and dinner excursions aboard their restored Phoebe Snow Diner.